Are you planning to spend your Easter holiday in Egypt? Then you are in the right place! With our 15-day Egypt at Easter tour, you can explore the iconic landmarks and attractions that make Egypt one of the world’s greatest destinations.
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Cairo, Luxor , Aswan,fayoum, sharm el shiekh, alexandria
15 days in Egypt during Easter
Easter is a very important holiday, and it's a great time to celebrate, reflect, and renew yourself. Egypt Easter tours offer a great way to experience a unique Easter holiday. This 15-day tour of Egypt at Easter offers a wide range of activities, attractions, and experiences. From exploring the iconic Great Pyramids of Giza and the Valley of the Kings to witnessing the magnificent river Nile and its ancient temples, this Egypt travel packages is the perfect way to explore the country.
With our Egypt trips, you'll experience the best of Egypt, from its iconic landmarks to its fascinating culture. Book your Egypt day tours today and get ready to explore Egypt at its best!
Upon your arrival at Cairo International Airport, we will take care of all the necessary procedures and luggage identification. You will then be driven in a private car from the airport to your hotel for check-in.
Once you've checked in, take some time to rest. In the evening, we'll pick you up from the hotel and take you on a dinner cruise on the Nile. You'll enjoy the beautiful Nile scenery and the talented folkloric band while dining on a delicious dinner.
After breakfast, you will be transferred by your tour guide to see some of Cairo's main tourist attractions, such as the Giza Pyramids Complex. This complex was built during the 4th dynasty 2400 years ago and includes the impressive Giza Pyramids, the Valley Temple, a massive sphinx, three bigger pyramids, and six smaller pyramids.
The Great Pyramid's owner was known as "King Khufu." It is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids on the Giza plateau. The enormous, 147-meter-tall pyramid took 20 years and 2,300,000 stones to build.
We'll move on to the Great Sphinx, which measures 73 meters in length, 19 meters in width, and 20 meters in height. It belonged to "King Chephren" and is the biggest statue on Earth. It is the earliest significant sculpture ever made.
If you're interested in ancient Egyptian mummification, you should visit the Valley Temple. It's the only remaining granite temple of its kind, and it's located on the Giza plateau.
Enjoy your lunch at a restaurant with a view of the Pyramids or the Nile.
After touring Saqqara's Step Pyramid, which is from the reign of Egyptian King Djoser in the 27th century BC, it is fascinating to think about how this structure was built using cut stone. Six steps are stacked on top of one another to create a 62-meter-tall pyramid.
Next on our list is the City of Memphis. It is considered to be the first Egyptian capital and was a significant center between Upper and Lower Egypt. Memphis was said to be protected by the god Ptah, which is why it was such an important city.
Then we will take you back to your hotel for the night.
Your tour guide will pick you up at your accommodation and take you to see:
our first stop is egyptian Museum, The Egyptian Museum houses a magnificent collection of artwork spanning the previous 5000 years.
There are about 250,000 real artefacts on display in addition to a display of Tutankhamen's wealth, gold, and jewellery collection, all of which were preserved in his tomb for more than 3,500 years.
Lunch will be provided in a nearby Cairo restaurant before to the trip.
then we will visit the Citadel of Salah El Din wh, which was enormous in scale, served as Egypt's administrative centre until the 1860s. It was built during Salah Al-rule. Din's The building's construction began in 1176 and was finished in 1182.
after that visit Mosque of Mohamed Ali
The mosque, known as "The Alabaster Mosque," was built between 1820 and 1838, and the majority of its walls were made of pure alabaster. The Muhammad Ali Mosque is a copy of the Blue Mosque in Istanbul.
then go to Khan El Khalili Market
Every journey to Cairo must include a stop at Khan El-Khalili, the oldest and most well-known market in the Middle East. It was built around 970 AD, the same year Cairo was founded.
We'll take you back to your hotel in Cairo at the end of the day so you may spend the night there.
After breakfast, check out of your accommodation and drive to the Cairo airport to take a flight to Luxor.
After meeting your Egyptologist tour guide there, you can continue your Egypt easter vacation by seeing the city's well-known sights, beginning with:
First, visit Temple of Karnak
The Karnak temple is the place in Egypt that has the most beautiful scenery. It is the world's largest temple complex. It is the product of several Pharaohs and prehistoric builders.
The Temple of Karnak is made up of three main buildings that span over 247 acres of land.
You should transfer to your Nile cruise for lunch and some rest before going with your tour guide to see the Luxor Temple at night.
Second, visit The Luxor Temple
The Temple of Luxor served as the focal point of the Opet Festival, which was the most significant festival. The temple, which was primarily built by Amenhotep III and King Rameses II, served as the site of festival rituals. The celebration's goal was to balance the ruler's divine and terrestrial selves.
Return to your Luxor Nile cruise for the evening.
Your Egypt easter vacation will come to an end with a tour of the important attractions on Luxor's west bank after breakfast on nileCruise, including:
the first stop, The valley of Kings
There are several tombs there, including those of renowned pharaoh Ramses II and young pharaoh Tutankhamen. This location serves as the ultimate resting place for Egyptian kings from the 18th to the 20th dynasties. The tombs included an abundance of every material item a king may desire in the afterlife. Almost all of the funerary ornamentation has survived.
then visit the Temple of Hatshepsut
This temple is one of the most beautiful and well-preserved from Ancient Egypt. Hatshepsut's temple had three levels, and in the centre there were two wide ramps that joined them.
after that we will visit the colossi of Memnon
Two gigantic stone statues of King Amenhotep III are the only elements of a full burial temple that are still standing. Quartzite sandstone fragments were found close to Cairo and transported 700 kilometres to Luxor to be used in the sculptures.
Spend the night on your Nile cruise after taking a break for lunch.
Before leaving for: The Kom Ombo Temple, you will have breakfast on board the ship.
The Kom Ombo Temple is a temple with a view of the Nile. This temple contains two distinct temples, each with its own hypostyle halls, sanctuaries, and entrances.
Continue your journey to the Edfu Temple, which is home to the Egyptian god Horus. The best-preserved Greco-Roman building in Egypt is the Edfu Temple, which has a "Play" depicting Horus vanquishing Seth on its walls.
Sail to Aswan after noon, then spend the night at sea.
Embark on your Egypt Nile cruise for a delicious breakfast buffet, and then get ready to meet your personal tour guide to begin your Aswan Excursions as follows:
a High Dam
Visit the High Dam, which protected Egypt from the Nile floods that formerly drowned the country for months due to water waste.
Egypt's southernmost city is Aswan.
Nearly 1,000 kilometres from Cairo, it is situated in the first Nile falls.
The incomplete obelisk
When creating the vast pyramids of Egypt during the old kingdom of Egypt's history, as well as the large temples, enormous pillars, and obelisks, notably during the new kingdom, ancient Egyptians used to cut and transport granite from the granite quarries.
Temple of Philae:
Continue your Aswan sightseeing to the Philae Temple, one of the four locations where the myth of Isis, Osiris, and Horus occurred. It was constructed and dedicated to the worship of the goddess Isis.
A quality dinner will be made and served on board the cruise boat in the evening. You will witness an engaging Nubian show and spend the night in Aswan after being transferred back to the ship and enjoying your lunch.
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner
After breakfast in the morning, we'll check out but not before we visit the temples of Abu Simbel
Due to their unusual architecture, the two Temples of Abu Simbel are regarded as the best buildings from ancient Egypt. Around 1200 B.C., King Ramses II constructed the temples, which are rock-cut structures. In the first temple, King Ramses II is honoured, and in the second, his loving wife Queen Nefertari is honoured. Both temples have exquisite sculptures and artwork throughout. Due to its meticulously hand-carved pillars, statues, sculptures, and wall paintings, this temple is a must-see.
After breakfast, you head to the Aswan airport to take a flight to Cairo. Transfer from Cairo airport to your place of lodging. (just to eat breakfast)
After breakfast in the morning, we'll check out but not before we visit
To begin your tour, arrange a morning pick-up from your accommodation in Cairo. You will travel to the Fayoum Oasis with your personal guide in a comfortable, air-conditioned car. Explore the dry lagoons and ruins of the Fayoum Oasis's temples. Enjoy the waterfalls in Wadi Al Rayan.
At your hotel in Cairo, board a private van. Travel 105 kilometres southwest of Cairo in comfort to reach Fayoum. Arrive at the dry oasis of Fayoum Oasis, then visit Quaroun Lake to observe the birds. Discover more about the historic city of Karanis by perusing the Fayoum Museum's collection of sculptures and Roman portraits.
Take a break for lunch after your tour. Visit the Quaroun Lake and springs- and the wildlife-rich Wadi Al Rayan natural region. Take some photos of the largest waterfall in Egypt. Take a sail on a traditional wooden sailboat called a felucca. Finish your journey as your driver takes you back to your Cairo hotel.
After breakfast each morning, you will be driven from the hotel to Cairo International Airport to catch a flight to Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt's magnificent beachfront resort city. Our representatives will meet you at Sharm El Sheikh's airport and assist you with hotel check-in so you may unwind the rest of the day and take advantage of the sea, sun, and evening entertainment. The hotel's main restaurant will provide lunch and dinner buffet fare.
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner
Your tour guide will pick you up from your hotel at 2:00 pm and take you in a car to the nearby Quad Bike Centre, which is about 15 minutes away. Start the Quad Bike journey after receiving a quick driving and safety orientation. Enjoy the breathtaking views as you travel over the Sinai desert's dunes. After around an hour's journey, halt at Wadi Al-highest Aat's point to rest and sip some traditional Bedouin herbal tea. After riding your bike back to Sharm, you'll be taken back to your accommodation. Free evening and overnight stay at the hotel.
Our tour guide will pick you up from your hotel after breakfast, take you to the sea dock, and help you board the boat. We'll set sail for Ras Mohamed National Park, where you may explore the breathtaking underwater world that is home to over 130 different kinds of coral reefs and over 1000 different species of fish. You can enjoy swimming and snorkeling in the Red Sea during the three stops the boat will make. The boat will transport you back to land at the end of the day. You will be directed back to your hotel by our agent. (Roughly at 17).
In the motel for the night.
Enjoy in a wonderful breakfast at your Sharm El Sheikh hotel before heading to the airport to board a flight to Cairo. Cairo remain over night
After breakfast, you'll be picked up by a tour guide from your Cairo hotel and driven in a contemporary, air-conditioned car to Alexandria, which served as Egypt's capital during the Greco-Roman era and was the largest metropolis of the Hellenistic culture.
Visit Alexandria's finest sights, such as the Library of Alexandria, the Catacombs of el Shaqafa, and the Pompey Pillar, on a day trip by driving there. Lunch will be served at a neighboring eatery.
Back to the hotel in Cairo, spend the night.
You'll be driven to the Cairo airport for your final departure after breakfast at the hotel. (just to eat breakfast)